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Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Greek Theater on 2001-07-01


Topics Live concert


Jam >
Here Comes Sunshine >
China Cat Sunflower >
Forest Of Fennario,
Uncle John's Band >
Celebration >
Lovelight
Jam >
Cumberland Blues >
Rock-N-Roll Blues,
Sugaree,
Viola Lee Blues >
The Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys > Viola Lee Blues >
Doin' That Rag >
Viola Lee Blues Encore:
Night Of A Thousand Stars


Collection PhilLeshandFriends
Band/Artist Phil Lesh and Friends
Date July 1, 2001
Venue Greek Theater
Location Berkeley, California

Source Original Recording by Charlie Miller Bertha Remaster by Jay Ashley. AUD(RodeNT2)>>MDAT>>CDA>>WAV(EAC)>>DAW(Bertha)>>CDA - Sound A+ Show A+
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Notes

Original Recording by Charlie Miller
Bertha Remaster by jashley@deadacated.com



AUD(RodeNT2)>>MDAT>>CDA>>WAV(EAC)>>DAW(Bertha)>>CDA - Sound A+ Show A+

Reviews

Reviewer: colflyer - - February 17, 2009
Subject: Cool to listen too....
....but I just feel the melody gets way too lost. I love jamming for the sake of jamming but I want to hear wrapped around a great melody.

The thing about the dead that always got me really high was their ability to wrap exploration around melody and exploration and intertwine. I listen to this and it is great musicianship, but there is no connection of melody / soul / exploration.

I really like it for what is it, but I'd put on Miles or Coltrane if this is what I wanted to see / hear.

Why do they lose the melody so much??? Jerry never did....he always knew how to stretch it and make it explorative, but why is the melody so lost here and it is just a big jam???

That said, I love Warren Haynes.
Reviewer: Olymp Ian - - December 10, 2005
Subject: Night of a thousand memmories
Truly a geat event this was. the first annual Phil Lesh Day in Bezerkely, the first ever night of a thousand stars, Also there was a city council dude that introduced Phil day he got booeed by the yuppies in the stands. It was great, Rump dat shit Phil
Reviewer: FreakyStyley - - July 12, 2005
Subject: holy cow
I saw the friday night show and this show from this 3 night run at the Greek, and I walked away from the weekend completely amazed, as well as absolutely re-energized about "Dead" music. The friday night show was really fun, but this show was just mindblowing. The first set was adventurous and featured a gorgeous "Sunshine," a tune that I've only heard a handful of times. However, the 2nd set was just insane! The Viola Lee Blues weaved in and out of the whole set, and you could tell the fellas were really having fun and playing their brains out. This show will always hold a special place in my heart. I still get amped when I think about how much fun I had that sunday afternoon. Download the show if you want to hear A+ Phil and Friends.
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